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Workshop #08 - Concrete Communication Abstractions of the next 701 Distributed Object Systems

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Abstract

As applications become increasingly distributed and networks provide more and more connection facilities, applications require more and more interconnections, thus communication takes a central part of modern systems. To tackle the communication issue a lot of techniques and concepts have been developed in different research fields and some industrial solutions have been proposed. Over the last 15 years, the basic building blocks for distributed object systems have emerged: distributed objects, communicating with Remote Message Send (RMS), also known as Remote Method Invocation (RMI) or Location-Independent Invocation (LII). However, it has also become clear that while such abstractions are by themselves sufficient to expose the hard problems of distributed computing, they do not solve them.

Hence, since large applications parts have been underlined like databases systems or graphical user interface, the goal is to wonder, if can we say the same for the communication part of applications?

At last year's ECOOP workshop on The Net 700 Distributed Object Systems, we identified some of these problems (Security, Partial Failure, Guaranteeing Quality of Service, Run-time evolution, Meta-Object protocols, and Ordering of events) that are important concerns of any communication abstraction. The goal of this workshop is to work on the definition of new and good communication abstractions and on the distributed-specific features mentioned above.

 

Organizers Antoine Beugnard (ENST-Bretagne, France) (primary contact)
Nenad Medvidovic (Univ. of Southern California)
Eric Jul (University of Copenhagen)
Andrew Black (OGI School of Science & Engineering at OHSU)
Rachid Guerraoui (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne)
Anne-Marie Kermarrec (Microsoft Research)
Doug Lea (State University of New York at Oswego)
Salah Sadou (Universiete de Bretagne Sud)
Day Monday 10 Location (room) : 3.0.4
Workshop Home Page http://perso-info.enst-bretagne.fr/~beugnard/ecoop/ws8-2002.html
Number of participants 10-20

 

Workshop #08 - Concrete Communication Abstractions of the next 701 Distributed Object Systems

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